If you’re like many people, you’ve seen homes listed as “For Sale by Owner.” In the real estate industry, experts refer to those homes as FSBO (pronounced fizz-bo). The owners of these homes aren’t represented by a seller’s agent, but there’s far more to it than that. This guide explains FSBO homes and what to do if you’re considering selling your own house. FSBO, Explained
If you’re like many people interested in selling your home “by owner” – that is, without hiring a seller’s agent to help you with the process – you probably already know that all the responsibility will fall on you. You’ll have to advertise the home, coordinate showings and negotiate with prospective buyers. But check out this list of three risks you face with a FSBO,
If you’re like many people who want to sell a home in Baltimore County or Howard County, you’ve kicked around the idea of selling your home yourself – without a REALTOR®. In the real estate world, that’s known as a for sale by owner, or FSBO. But what are the pros and cons of selling FSBO, and could it be the right choice for you?
If you’re considering selling your home – commonly called a for sale by owner, or FSBO – you need to know a few things about the legal side of real estate transactions. For many people, the best way to sell a house without a REALTOR® is to work with an attorney. 3 Common Legal Issues With Selling a Home FSBO in Maryland When you sell